Carl Williams Cross Collection

Full of all kinds of crosses knick-knacks metal belt buckles. plaques. Welding artwork. even a poster with all the God and Country Awards in the Boy Scouts. military stuff with crosses on it. your name it it has a cross on it it is in this a collection, rare cross artifacts and more. This collection even had a sample of the whip they used to flog Jesus with. During my visit, my phone died on me, so I was unable to get pictures. The below picture is from the Cumberland Inn Museum’s web site.

Cross Collection, Photo from Cumberland Inn Web site
Cross Collection, Photo from Cumberland Inn Web site

I saw this museum while I was in Williamsburg, Kentucky visiting Kentucky Splash.

This museum attraction is free. Take the family. As you go up the stairs, to see this exhibit, you will see all kinds of Christian art work, including engraving type art, some are of the Crucifixion of Jesus.

The Carl Williams Cross collection is one of the world’s largest, consisting of over 7,000 pieces collected over a 30 year period, and represents the love and dedication of the late Rev. Robert Williams of Louisville, Kentucky. Rev. Williams focused his ministry on informing people about the origins of the cross and its significance to Christianity. The collection is dedicated to the memory of Rev. Williams’ son, Rev. Carl Williams, a Cumberland College graduate.1

So take your family to Cumberland Inn Museum and see this display. Cumberland Inn Museum is adjacent to the Williamsburg McDonald’s off of Exit 11 from I-75.


About the Author

Author: Steve Patterson

A Christian Blogger that enjoys blogging about the Bible, Theology, God, Jesus Christ, Christian Music, Family, Cats, Odd Holidays, sewing and much more. I have been blogging since 2004, however, I have been blogging on Courageous Christian Father since 2012. I enjoy listening to Christian Music. I am married with 1 daughter, 2 step-sons and a step daughter.

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